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http://www.news.com.au/adelaidenow/story/0,1,25925897-2682,00.html

Dr Mia Stephens from UniSA's School of Communication said interpersonal communication on Facebook often lacked manners, and this sometimes had a flow-on effect in the non-cyber world.

"Because social networking is the young people's domain, they actually have to be the ones to work out the rules – and (yes) the rules are pretty poor," Dr Stephens said.

"And they are only letting themselves down when they post photos of the public drunkenness they are copying from the sports stars."

She said they were "letting everyone down" when they revealed personal details about others online.

"Lack of chivalry is one way of putting it . . . lack of social skills is another."


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